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ABC
Nov 12, 2013 5:00am EST
paint zoom? holly, jala el gatillo. [♪...] >> guao, es increible! mira como cubre. no podria hacerlo con un rodillo o brocha. asombroso! [♪...] >> mi proyecto era modernizar un espacio en mi casa, para hacer una oficina, porque trabajaria desde casa. paint zoom fue muy simple... es liviano, fue facil de usar. lo escogi porque mire muchas otras pistolas para pintar y parecian grandes y pesadas. no hubo ningun angulo, hendidura o esquina que no pudiera manejar. creo que el paint zoom me ahorro mucho dinero de dos maneras: una, tomo mucho menos tiempo que pintando normalmente. y la otra forma es la pintura que use, no se tanta pintura, no tuve que dar dos capas porque un rodillo o brocha no cubrio algo. era una capa pareja y estoy listo. paint zoom en realidad hace los proyectos mas simples. >> y ahora miremos este marco unico. es un marco de los materiales mas comunes encontrados en muchas casas. >> cierto. >> moldura sobresaliente. superficie texturizada. ladrillos. mira eso, recubrimiento de madera, estuco y paneles. >> bien. >> bien, ahora, holly, ¿tu trabajo? pinta el marco. pin
ABC
Nov 12, 2013 4:30am EST
mercado ha llegado. es la poderosa pistola paint zoom. [♪...] >> de acuerdo, pintemos! oh, holly. apenas comenzaste y ya tienes un desastre aqui. >> oh, joe, pense que podia pintar rapidamente este cuarto pero no hay nada mas rapido o facil. >> oh! >> tengo marcas disparejas en el rodillo, la brocha no funciona, tengo pintura encima. es una pesadilla! >> y tu trabajo apenas comienza. piensalo, debes terminar esta puerta, debes terminar las molduras, debes pintar esto y hacer el trabajo de las orillas. todos son un problema. ¿quieres ayuda profesional? >> tu no eres profesional. >> ah, pero puedo pintar como uno. holly, este es el revolucionario paint zoom spray painter. es la mas grande innovacion en pintura que sale en aÑos. mira, asi se hace. jala el gatillo. holly, pasarias dos horas tratando de pintar esta puerta con una brocha. mira esto. mira al paint zoom cubrir cada pulgada con una capa pareja de pintura en menos de dos minutos. >> vaya, haces que parezca facil. >> mira estas esquinas dificiles. primero, pintas la esquina con una brocha, ¿cierto? y luego tratas de term
FOX
Nov 5, 2013 12:35am EST
. >> you remember holly? she used to work for h.r. she was the love of my life. she just left, and i never got closure. and i feel like i need to go to nashua and get closure. >> okay. let's go. [cheerful music] ♪ >> two? >> i didn't eat lunch. i didn't eat all my lunch. >> hello, everyone. oh, ice cream. nice, kevin. looks good. >> it...yeah. >> angela, you're more chipper than usual. >> i am proud to announce that there is a new addition to the martin family. she's hypoallergenic. she doesn't struggle when you try to dress her. she's a third-generation show cat. her father was in meet the parents. needless to say, she was very, very expensive. >> how much? >> $7,000. >> for a cat? i could get you a kid for that. >> where'd you get that kind of money? >> i sold andy's engagement ring on ebay. >> wait, you didn't give it back? >> he wouldn't have wanted that. her name is princess lady! >> seven grand. >> mm-hmm. >> i gotta see that little bitch. >> i have something better than a picture. come on. >> you have your cats on nanny cam? >> yeah. [cats mewing] i mean, i usually try to ta
CNN
Nov 30, 2013 2:00pm PST
. and joining me to discuss this film is criminal defense attorney holly hughes in atlanta and clinical psychologist dr. jeff gardere here in new york. and i've got to say, this is right off of "shawshank redemption" when i was watching it. it reminded me of this. let's talk about his psychology, because initially he was -- when he first got convicted, he was very bitter. he was very angry. and then he had some -- we could call it, like, a god experience. >> a transformation. >> and it all changed. >> exactly. you're left with two things. first of all, you never think this can happen to you or anyone. we've been taught if you tell the truth, then the truth shall set you free. you'll be okay. it didn't happen here. he told the truth. he went to jail incredibly. so, what are you left with? at this point, yes, you become bitter, but you either die or you thrive. not survive, thrive. and that means completely changing your life, having that god experience that you talked about, rosa, and making something completely different than you ever were before. that's the only way that you go on from
CNN
Nov 23, 2013 2:00pm PST
to discuss this is jeff gardere and holly hughes. 40,000 cases could be impacted by this work or maybe lack of work. what was going through her mind or how does a person justify doing something like that? do you have any idea? >> well, a lot of people are wondering what is going on. no clear answers. we do know that by dry labbing, in other words, not testing the contents of the samples that was sent, she was giving quick turnarounds to the prosecutions primarily and, therefore, was able to get in more and more cases and build a reputation of having this very, very quick turnaround and being superefficient. so, what we're seeing is this was about advancing her reputation as much as possible. when we look at something like this, let's not be fooled by the fact that she seems to be very petite, seems to be attractive, this is what we call sociopathic behavior. in other words, doing whatever she can to just advance her own life, her own career, maybe taking care of her child, but not even thinking about the consequences on the lives of so manny others, people just put in jail and ma
Al Jazeera America
Nov 6, 2013 4:00am EST
see it. >> an unusually kind of curator found him. >> this room is the work of lonnie holly, lonny has always been one of the most important of these african-american artists. >> meet bill arnett, a curator with a cause. >> and if he had been, let's just say white living in new york, he would be a celebrity long ago in my opinion. and he will be anyway, but sometimes it takes longer. >> the art that i'm involved with is art that compares favorbly with any art that has been produced anywhere on earth in the past hundred years or i wouldn't be involved with it otherwise. i'm not fascinated by primitive, naive or folky things. i'm interested in the great art of the world, and i spent my life exploring it. >> arnett lived and worked overseas for years where he became one of the great experts on art from many cultures. then he curated for museums across the united states and consulted for museums around the world. >> came to realize that we had something in the south equal to all that, truly, genuinely. i realized there was something here that i didn't know about, and neither did anybody el
SFGTV2
Nov 14, 2013 6:00am PST
officer holly lawrence. her work is so inspiring to me. i read a story in texas and expulsions and suspensions are a direct pipeline to the juvenile justice system and the punitive approach doesn't fix anything. i can happily point you to that study and makes cases against that school discipline, but holly has come up with a really wonderful solution within law enforcement that we would love you to talk about and it's preventive and solution. >> thank you. it's not going to be a shock to you that i don't have a sizzle reel but i did manage to get a few powerpoint slides in so it's a good thing if i can get my next one. can you advance it for me please? so it is a safety course that i created with yahoo. we partnered together. i started asking questions the first day so my boots are on the ground and i'm in the schools and i love doing what i do, and i believe wholeheartedly and i believe it was the soft power -- yes, i love it. i think it's effective in so many ways, so i had luckily teamed up with the right people at yahoo who were really amazing and just the foresight they saw, a
CBS
Nov 28, 2013 5:30pm PST
with iran. holly williams is in strbl tonight. holly what, can you tell us about this? >> reporter: margaret, it's unclear exactly what this means. the background is, in 2011, the u.s. wrought in sanctions that prevent foreign banks from doing business with iran's oil companies. now, the aim was to cripple iran's lucrative oil industry as a punishishment for the country's nuclear program, and those sanctions have been extremely effective. but today, turkey's economy minister said those sanctions no longer apply to turkish banks because of the new deal worked out in geneva to curb iran's nuclear program. >> so why did turkey try to do this? >> well, turkey relies on iranian oil, around 40% of turkey's oil imports come from iran. so this is big business for turkish banks. the problem is while this turkish minister has said while the sanctions no longer aplierk that doesn't match up with what the u.s. has said. so the u.s. wants to ease singleses in a way that's limited and reversible, but there are many other delays are hungry to start doing business with an oil-rich country like ira
Al Jazeera America
Nov 29, 2013 12:00am EST
around in a storm. a storm. or a tornado. or a tornado. >> lonnie holly turns >> lonnie holly turns debris into art. debris into art. >> show me the moon and >> show me the moon and the stars ♪. the stars ♪. >> art that's been shown >> art that's been shown in major museums around in major museums around the country. the country. >> as y'all saw me going >> as y'all saw me going through all of this through all of this stuff, to expose it, i stuff, to expose it, i was like an inspector. was like an inspector. and in a sense, i were and in a sense, i were acting like acting like an an archaeology. archaeology. but just as he finds art, but just as he finds art, others may overlook. others may overlook. >> you will probably see >> you will probably see it in the future. it in the future. >> an unusual kind of >> an unusual kind of cure ray tor found him. cure ray tor found him. >> this room is the box >> this room is the box of lonnie holly. of lonnie holly. meet bill arnett, a meet bill arnett, a curator with a cause. curator with a cause. >> if he had been let's >> if he had been
CNN
Nov 28, 2013 10:00am PST
, time and a half. >>> well, there is one store owner who is saying, enough is enough. holly is a franchise owner 0 of a sears hometown store in new hampshire. asked to stay open thanksgiving today and she said no. we'll talk to holly live in a few minutes to talk about her frustration. >>> now, macy's is one of the stores that will be open thanksgiving night. a first for the retailer. shopping wasn't the focus at macy's flag ship store in new york this morning. all about the store's thanksgiving day parade. 89-year-old pra tra decision. a concern that the windy weather could keep the giant parade balloons on the ground. they were allowed up, five feet lower than usual. jason carroll has been there for juice jim, what you're looking at is the end of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. these are the paradegoers finishing up and heading out. it was a great time. people brought out their kids. big kids, little kids. most important part is the giant helium balloons made to the parade as well. it was cold but the sun came out and balloons came out as well. take a listen to what everybo
KRON
Nov 9, 2013 2:30pm PST
. that's why teen-advice columnist holly ashworth of about.com came up with a list of ways to make yourself safer on the street. >> well, you know, i think it's really easy for teens to get a little cocky when they're in their own worlds, going to school and hanging out with their friends, but it's a different situation when you're out on the streets, and you need to learn a whole different skill set in order to handle yourself in front of strangers and in public situations. >> her top tip -- know where you're going. looking uncertain on the street could make you a target. >> if you're heading out to an unfamiliar place, make sure you know how to get there. >> do some research, and plan your route in advance. tip number two -- know where your stuff is. >> if you're carrying a purse, make sure that you have it over your shoulder, with your purse over here, so it's not hanging out behind you where someone can grab it. if you've got a wallet, carry it in your front pocket so it's harder to get to. >> and holly says you should always carry your phone, or make sure you travel with someo
FOX
Nov 6, 2013 12:35am EST
been four months since i was with holly. and she was way hotter than stacy. so if you think you're hurting-- >> i can't even imagine. >> ohh. >> [snorts] >> this is our first and only valentine's day as fiances. >> you're only engaged once. well, present cpany excluded, but-- >> really, jim. on cupid's birthday. >> yeah. she's fine. >> so i received my first valentine from a secret admirer. "roses are red, violets are blue, "it's time for your dental cleaning and maybe a check-up, too." >> ohh. >> oh, wow. look at those. how nice for you. up there front and center. beautiful. i think they would look better right here. they're very pretty, and i wouldn't want them to fall. >> [grumbles] >> just about everybody in this office is single right now, including me, and everyone is experiencing an incredible amount of emotional pain. especially me, because of my great capacity for emotion. and it is my first valentine's day since holly, so i think that i am well-qualified to understand that these people need to be protected from having love shoved into their faces. pam, really? they're bac
CBS
Nov 6, 2013 11:00pm EST
phenomenal ties. 12-year-old lyla's favorite season is winter. she designed the holly tie. >> and holly is a plant that you see in winter, so i chose to draw that. >> reporter: the miracle ties are all drawn by the young patients at the johns hopkins children center, sold by joseph a. banks which presented hopkins with a $60,000 check from last year's sales. >> we're happy to be able to partner with them so we can make these children's stay a little easier while they're getting treatment. >> reporter: she received a heart saving transplant when she was just 2 years ailed. she designed this snowman tie. >> it's amazing to show the world just what i have and how my diagnosis is not as bad as people may think. >> they are so resilient and in facing really hard medical challenges. when you allow them to play and draw, it's easy to remember the child they really are. >> reporter: they are children on a mission. >> every buckaroo we make will be worth one person getting better. >> reporter: now this tie you're looking at, the artist is 11-year-old madison. madison titles this tie santa go gre
CNN
Nov 9, 2013 2:00pm PST
bring in now human behavior expert dr. wendy walsh in los angeles and criminal defense attorney holly hughes in atlanta. it's just awful, isn't it? you know, holly, the dfcs director admits that there have been agency failures in this case, the system failing this little girl. >> absolutely. and given the fact this latest report, don, came in two months before this little girl was starved to death and subsequently burned in a metal trash can in her apartment complex. and they closed it without further investigation because they said we couldn't find a good address. given the fact that this child had been checked on six prior times, that is all the more reason the agency should have stepped up and worked additionally hard to find that address. this little girl was enrolled in school. go to the school and check out where it is that the current address is listed. this is inexcusable behavior, don. and unless something is done to step up how these investigations are run, we are going to see more children suffer. >> wendy, you know, the couple charged here allegedly tried to cover up the d
Al Jazeera America
Nov 28, 2013 9:00pm EST
. >> lonnie holly turns debris into art. >> show me the moon and the stars ♪. >> art that's been shown in major museums around the country. >> as y'all saw me going through all of this stuff, to expose it, i was like an inspector. and in a sense, i were acting like an archaeology. but just as he finds art, others may overlook. >> you will probably see it in the future. >> an unusual kind of cure ray tor found him. >> this room is the box of lonnie holly. meet bill arnett, a curator with a cause. >> if he had been let's just say white living in new york, he would be a celebrity long ago. in my opinion. and he will be anyway, but sometimes it takes longer. >> the art may'm involved with is about that compares favorably with any art that's been produced anywhere on earth in the past 100 years. so i wouldn't be involved with it otherwise. i am not fascinated by primitive, or naive, or folkky things. i am interested in the great art of the word, and i spent my life exploring it. he then cure rating exhibitions, and consulting around the world. >> i came to realize here we had something in the
ABC
Nov 24, 2013 7:00am PST
. get your eyes ready for beautiful. this is hiwassee river, tennessee. thank you, holly. your choice "a." go online and vote with us this morning. the second from ohio. and theresa took that one. see how they all have reflections. get it? and the third one from california, can't go wrong. >> a couple of dogs in there. >> tamie jo, thank you. and finally after the storm, in munsey, indiana. jacob, we really thank you. "a," "b," "c" and "d." please go online, twitter or facebook, let me know which one you voted for. the winner will be announced in the next half-hour. we need to get something for them. >> all right, ginger, thank you. >> coming up on "gma," this is big. boy band bash. the hottest group on the planet. one direction, gives their fans a dream come true. a seven-hour live stream show. we're the only ones on the scene with all of the guest stars and surprises. >>> also coming up -- dangerous game, the crackdown on knockout, this is a game where teenagers randomly sucker punch strangers on the street. you moves this morning to stop the terrifying attacks. >> hard to wa
CNN
Nov 16, 2013 2:00pm PST
declined to comment on pending litigation. holly, how do you prove that this hospital worked this woman to death? >> what they need to do is prove causation, jodon, that the hour were so long and they knowingly contributed to her state when she was driving that vehicle. but i have to tell you, california is the only state in this nation that has what they call safe staffing ratio laws, which means in ohio, this hospital, even though they made her work many many hours, did not violate any laws. i think that this husband, very tragically has an uphill battle to hold the hospital accountable. because you need to prove that they were solely responsible. the this lady was that tired, the simple answer, as sad as it is, maybe she should. have gotten in her car and driven. >> she allegedly worked 12 hour shifts before this accident. but you hear cases of doctors and nurses working 16, 18-hour cases. how can lack of sleep impact you? >> if you're only getting five hours of sleep, a couple of nights of that, you are legally drunk when you are behind the wheel of a car. so it doesn't surprise me tha
MSNBC
Nov 22, 2013 7:00am PST
senator patrick leahy, hendrik hertzberg and holly millea, author of the e-book "seven seconds, memories of the jfk assassination, the tragedy that changed america." good morning to all of you. >> good morning. >> we all do remember, i was in my first grade class. i had never seen the nun look like that at my catholic grade school when she told us that the president had been shot and then sent us home because he had been killed. senator, where were you when you got the news? >> i was a student at georgetown law school and i was in the library. somebody came in and told me. i can -- to this day i remember it like it was just an hour ago. >> it's amazing how vivid it is, isn't it? not just that moment but the hours after. i remember going home and i was shocked. i had never seen my mother cry. >> i went home and my wife was a nurse, working at the va hospital. she had been on night duty so she was sleeping and i'm pounding on the door of our apartment in washington saying they killed him, they killed him. we turned on the news just in time to see the confirmation of the most horrible news.
SFGTV
Nov 21, 2013 4:30pm PST
is [speaker not understood] kelly. >> hollis, can you hold off just one second? we need the microphone because they do the translation for -- >> the screen stuck, so, please bear with me for a second. all right, thanks. >> again, my name is hollis kelly. this is my business partner and also best friend since preschool and we are the proud owners of [speaker not understood] showrooms. we're a little bit different. so, we are not a mobile retail store. we are a mobile showroom company. so, we have a few slides here. we're going to go over and the goal is just to tell a little story about us and also give everyone a better understanding of what we do. >> keep in mind, only one of us can work at a time and i have to manually switch it. >> okay, we'll do a popcorn thing. you can switch it. does that look familiar? >> that looks familiar. >> yes, that is a rick shaw bag made right here in san francisco, california for the most part. that's my bag. and about three years ago i was in the market for a bag. i'm going to tell a story of how we came up with this business idea. so, i'm d
CBS
Nov 6, 2013 5:00pm EST
winter. so she designed the holly tie. >> and holly is a plant you see that is winter. so i chose to draw that. >> reporter: the miracle ties are all drawn by young patients at the johns hopkins children's center, sold by joseph a. bank, who presented hopkins with a check for $60,000 from last year's sales. >> as a company, we're happy to partner with the children's center, so we can make these children's stay easier, when they are in the center getting treatment. >> what is your name? >> bridget. >> reporter: 5-year-old bridget received a heart transplant when she was 2. love her snowman tie. these kids are amazing. >> it's amazing. to show the world what i have and how my diagnosis, how it's not as bad as people may think. >> they are so resilient in facing really hard medical challenges. but when you allow them to play and to draw, it's easy to remember the child that they really are. >> reporter: children, on a mission. >> every buckaroo we make will be worth one person getting better. >> reporter: ron matz, wjz eyewitness news. >> here's my tie. the miracle ties are available at
CNN
Nov 29, 2013 2:00am PST
sears hometown store refused to open on the holiday. holly says the deals are the same on friday so there is no reason to rush. >> just bypass this and say that the dollar figure is more important than us being with our families, it's unacceptable. >> customers at the store are showing their support for her. some sent flowers and cards. >> there's a lot of people that have young kids. they don't need to be working. even though they need the money, they need to be home with their family. >> cassians is following company rules this morning and opening up at 6:00 a.m. coming up, bill simon joins us. >>> we knew this was coming. for some the chance to get a jump on the black friday madness, of course, turned ugly. the spirit of the holiday disappeared if these shoppers in west palm beach, florida. the doors barely opened and they were at each other's throats. but a dirch story in new york city. the macy's thanksgiving day parade was barely a memory when the doors of the flagship store was open. ecstatic shoppers stormed in hungry for bargains toys "r" us, it was cheers when the doors op
CBS
Nov 6, 2013 4:00pm EST
the holly tie. >> holly is a plant you see in the winter. so i chose to draw that. >> reporter: the miracle ties are all drawn by the young patients at the johns hopkins children's center, sold by joseph a. bank, who presented hopkins with a $60,000 check from last year's sales. >> we are happy to be able to partner with the children's center. so we can make these children's stay there a little easier while they in there getting treatment. >> what's your name? >> bridget. >> reporter: 5-year-old bridget received a heart transplant when she was 2. love her snowman tie. these kids are inspiration, personified. >> it's amazing. like show the world, just like what i have. and how, like my diagnosis, it's not as bad. >> they are resilient in facing really hard, medical challenges. but when you allow them to play and to draw, it's easy to remember the child that they really are. >> reporter: children, on a mission. >> every buckaroo we make will be worth making one person get better. >> reporter: ron matz, wjz eyewitness news. >> all right. now, this tie, mary, was made by madison hoffet.
CSPAN
Nov 9, 2013 2:00am EST
. > thank you. >> my name is holly. i'm a council of -- we filed a brief on behalf of of them to stand with them. -- i'm from the baptist joint committee for religious freedom general counsel. in this case, we stand with those who challenge a prayer practice that would make their political right and incumbent pon their participation in a layer with which they do not agree. one thing the court clearly recognizes is an important principle of religious liberty. the political right should not depend on their adherence to eligion. in this environment that the town council and other local governments where there is direct interaction and anticipatory relationship with government, it is improper for the government to engage in the act of religious worship. this is not something that is against prayer. all religious people should and may need to pray for the elected officials. it is important to understand it is not the role of government to lead and -- a religious act. there will be a myriad of things that the court will talk about aying can't be resolved. -- we have a tradition of strong liberty
CBS
Nov 16, 2013 5:00am PST
rounds." dr. jon lapook and holly phillips join us with more on that and why singe show tunes may help prevent dementia as we age. you're watching "cbs this morning saturday." [ woman 1 ] why do i cook? to share with family. [ woman 2 ] to carry on traditions. [ woman 3 ] to come together even when we're apart. [ male announcer ] in stuffing mashed potatoes, gravy and more, swanson makes holiday dishes delicious. across america people are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza®. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza®. he said victoza® is different than pills. victoza® is proven to lower blood sugar and a1c. it's taken once-a-day, any time, and comes in a pen. and the needle is thin. victoza® is not for weight loss, but it may help you lose some weight. victoza® is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise. it is not recommended as the first medication to treat diabetes and should not be us
SFGTV2
Nov 21, 2013 5:00am PST
cartoon network. dave steer to her right is from facebook and next to him is officer holly lawrence, sunny valley of public safety, digital safety program and she's going to talk about which is a powerful thing going national. and next -- is brian here? no. okay. all right. so we're all set and mia i would like you to enlighten us more in all that you're doing in social emotional learning. >> sure. i had some slides but i'm not sure -- no, we have a handout that went around to you and more detail about what social emotional learning is because i think we rise a little bit today and i came from seattle and i know many people have brought up that term today and i get the sense from this group that you're at kind of a high level of discourse and you have a general understanding. could i see a show of hands for those of you that social emotional learning is a familiar term? and those that feel you have a deep understanding of it? okay. great. thank you. i want to introduce myself a little more so you have the context of what i do. i work for a nonprofit in seattle "committee for childre
SFGTV
Nov 19, 2013 1:30pm PST
were done rolling. ♪ ♪ ?oo hi, i'm holly lee. i love cooking and you are watching quick bites. san francisco is a foodie town. we san franciscoans love our food and desserts are no exceptions. there are places that specialize in any and every dessert your heart desires, from hand made ice cream to organic cakes, artisan chocolate and cupcakes galore, the options are endless. anyone out there with a sweet tooth? then i have a great stop for you. i've been searching high and low for some great cookies and the buzz around town that anthony's are those cookies. with rave reviews like this i have to experience these cookies for myself and see what the fuss was all about. so let's see. while attending san francisco state university as an accountinging major, anthony's friend jokingly suggested he make cookies to make ends make. with no formal culinary training he opened his own bakery and is now the no. 1 producer of gourmet cookies in the biarea and thank you for joining us on quick bites. how do you feel? >> i feel great. >> so i want to get to the bottom of some very burning questions
FOX
Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm PST
pleasant surprise. >> reporter: holly trinity cathedral recently got back a piece of it's foundation. the church relocated about a mile away just before the 1906 earthquake. building the controversial 1.7- mile federal unsway returned which you think to father. >> it was really excited because for us it is a good connection to the past. >> reporter: the priceless piece of history for the church but a pricey extra for the subway project. laying just below the former he go da theater. were two tunnel boring machines are set to appear. hike the costs up to $10.5 billion project. >> the cost involved with that church is about $250,000 which we're asking the board to approve. >> reporter: another $300,000 is needed to pay for additional costs. still project organizers sate underground drilling remains on budget and on time. >> once seeing the hard manmade material at the start we're able to move at that speed now about 16 feet a day. >> reporter: the tunnel boring machines are set to merge at this site next year. in san francisco david steven son. >>> a top public utilities official wants
PBS
Nov 22, 2013 9:00am PST
especially whenever they can be traveling around off for thanksgiving on holly be out here in the united states this can be a big travel well and really disrupt or a specially for the northeast with a heavy snowfall until then. all they're coming in from the north and that's going to be over they persisted into the weekend temperatures will be dropping off to do with your three d hais these are not well with the surprise opel the city just through there on sunday stay well below normal. new york city in atlanta and was washing the rate now he read about average on friday and saturday stayed with us on the album on the way because after dropping me off about ten degrees and stained lingering around the freezing mark. career highs lows will be getting up a luo that zero degree temperature balcony europe the main topic is the theory of low pressure continued to stay here. i've been rather persistent quite annoying system across the alpine region is still in the snow fall. widespread rain and thunder storm advisories in effect for portions of italy in dallas and then drift off with the peace
ABC
Nov 1, 2013 5:00pm PDT
-year-old, sun bathing with her baby in holly park last month. >> there is more still head this friday night. just ahead up in the air. apple's new ipad launch gets interrupted in the bay area. >> time change how to fall back without changing your body clock. >> from speakers to sausage biscuits it's finney's friday free stuff. >> sandhya patel, enjoy >>> worker who's operate the bart train are voting on a new contract right now. heather? >> fdiu is voting here at oakland marriott a a location they'd rather we don't disclose one sign saying vote no. here the reading is more positive we don't know until ballots are counted maybe around midnight when both yun yinz will ratify this contract. the maintenance technician just glad painful bargaining is over. >> not what we've wanted but it's close and i think it's close on both ends. >> reporter: membership flowed through the marriott all day, casting their ballots on a four-year contract with bart, meaning increasing contributions to pension and medical. >> it looks positive. >> reporter: how can you tell? >> by attitude of the peopl
SFGTV2
Nov 7, 2013 5:00am PST
right is from facebook and next to him is officer holly lawrence, sunny valley of public safety, digital safety program and she's going to talk about which is a powerful thing going national. and next -- is brian here? no. okay. all right. so we're all set and mia i would like you to enlighten us more in all that you're doing in social emotional learning. >> sure. i had some slides but i'm not sure -- no, we have a handout that went around to you and more detail about what social emotional learning is because i think we rise a little bit today and i came from seattle and i know many people have brought up that term today and i get the sense from
NBC
Nov 12, 2013 11:00pm PST
mother claim against san francisco d a today. 35-year-old christy was lying on the grass at holly park wither ba and dog whea city truck ran over her in ptember. e claim says the driver violed city policy, which mandates vehicles travel oy on path and only with a second employee to act as alookout. the driver is facing felony hit and run arges. >>> if the 4rs make the playoffs, alden smith might have to take a break for a court appearance. he entered a plea for felony weons arges. his next hearing is scheduled the charges are tied to three illegal militarytyle weapons. the cards aren the cable and it's prettyuch a royal flush. after the opening of the $800 million casino, the city is taking stock ofts newoney maker. >> try mcsweeney joins us. the hype is pretty much over. now threal answers. >> rorter: yeah. and another question here tonigh that is why did the lights go out at the casino? we have a power oage here, it happenedbout five minutes to 11:0 the lights went out, still som emergency lights on. pele tell m the slots are not that's gone wrong for this casino. traffic not as
LINKTV
Nov 17, 2013 2:30pm PST
. the community is one of the hardest hit. holly lidia allelujah ♪ >> this is the only place we can unburden all of the things we are feeling. >> haiyan was one of the strongest typhoons ever recorded. this newly released pictures show the power of the way from the storm surge. the president has again visited areas ravaged by the typhoon. he and his government are facing criticism for not giving aid quickly enough. aquino said they are doing all that they can. >> i want to stress the government has the means. 28 countries are helping in operations. can we rise up? of course. but it will be easier and faster with assistance. >> rebuilding will be a huge task. one town was also completely flattened. the latest estimates say 4 million people lost their homes to the fierce winds and waves. for more on the relief effort in the philippines, we spoke earlier to chris johnson. he described what he has been seeing. >> well, there's certainly more iaaid coming in. red cross and doctors without borders are setting up relief hospitals. and they will have surgery units running by the end of
ABC
Nov 29, 2013 5:00am PST
flying. we do not have flight delays holly or across the country. good news if you are leaving the area. 37 in napa. 40 at fairfield. mid-40's in los gatos. freezing next week. a nice weekend, though, ahead, with warm conditions and mild and that is going to change when we head into monday and tuesday next week. i will get into that in a little bit. the next 12 hours we have not a chilly start when the sunrises but partly cloudy skies it will be beautiful by 4:00 p.m. and 68 an the bay and inland and 62 along the coast and a calm evening ahead but we have a beautiful weekend and a cool down coming up. a solo crash on the on-ramp is causing a delay on eastbound and westbound i-80. if you are headed in and out of the fairfield, watch out. our mass transit shows no service for ace train. bart is on time. we have a couple of extra cars on bart to carry extra passengers. that is good news. this is a picture of the bay bridge toll plaza with traffic flowing nicely away from the maze into san francisco with no delays, no accidents, either. >> black friday shopping deals are here. which st
CBS
Nov 2, 2013 5:30pm PDT
charged with fatally running over a woman in holly park has been fired. on september 5, police say thomas burnoski drove his vehicle over christine svanemyr as she lay on the grass with her baby and dog. he is charged with vehicular manslaughter and hit-and-run. he pled not guilty. he has worked for the city's park and recreation department for 7 years. >>> dozens of people along with their four-legged friends made their voices heard today about a plan to limit access to three popular spots in san francisco. the golden gate national recreation area wants to cut off parts of ocean beach, crissy field and fort funston to dogs. in other bay area locations activists say dogs would have no access. the plan is open to public comment but dog lovers fear this could just be the beginning. >> they are basically closing off more and more of these areas to recreation not just people with dogs. so we -- so if they kicked everybody out with dogs, they will kick out other users, as well. >> an open house was held today at the fort mason center for people to weigh in on the dog walking plan. >>> a
PBS
Nov 20, 2013 5:00am PST
the beatles' version of buddy holly's words of love is new directed by the man behind many of the quran as any of it is it's just been released to mark the torch of a compilation of life bbc recordings by the fab four these. it makes is that it's fitted with modern computer graphics creating a unique backdrop for this previously unreleased sound. the follow up to the fast line but the bbc collection released in twenty years ago by the bbc volume two beaches sixty three recordings made in the air in the mid nineteen sixties. it includes different batches of six rarities such as this popping nineteen sixty three cup for plants of love recorded a year before the beatles coffee for a record. all the dancing concrete tiles i got a woman reaches the sale and some berries memphis tennessee. he will love beatles classics also make up the caps about five weeks when number one hits as well as of the favorites such as ice or the stunning events with themselves. mounting beatle mania surrounding the concept can also be felt in the recording of misery tonight in march nineteen sixty three when
FOX
Nov 3, 2013 10:00pm EST
strawberry shortcake and holly hobbie come to hook up. you're extremely talented, rachel. watching you perform is... amazing. but sometimes it's hard to appreciate what a good singer you are because all i'm thinking about is shoving a sock into your mouth. well, what kind of makeover did you have in mind? we need to broaden your appeal. i want every boy at school to do a double take when you strut past. there's really only just... one boy that i'd like to impress. can you keep a secret? of course. i'm in love with finn. really? i understand completely. let's move on to makeup. i happen to know for a fact that finn is attracted to loose women. what? quinn is so wholesome. let me put this into musical theater parlance. in grease, what did sandy do to get danny zuko? she had to ditch the poodle skirt and slap on a cat suit. in short, she had to dress like a ho. maybe if your look was better, more desirable, finn would be in your arms right now. instead of quinn's. what's going on, terr? just a couple more steps, okay? all right, stop. will: is that the blue bomber? it is! i remember i too
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